About Bella DePaulo, Ph.D
Bella DePaulo (Ph.D., Harvard; Academic Affiliate, Psychological and Brain Sciences, UC Santa Barbara), an expert on single life, is the author of several books, including "Singled Out: How Singles Are Stereotyped, Stigmatized, and Ignored, and Still Live Happily Ever After" and "How We Live Now: Redefining Home and Family in the 21st Century." Her TEDx talk is "What no one ever told you about people who are single," https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyZysfafOAs. Dr. DePaulo has discussed singles and single life on radio and television, including NPR and CNN, and her work has been described in newspapers such as the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and USA Today, and magazines such as Time, Atlantic, the Week, More, the Nation, Business Week, AARP Magazine, and Newsweek. Dr. DePaulo is in her sixties. She has always been single and always will be. She is "single at heart" -- single is how she lives her best and most meaningful life. Visit her website at www.BellaDePaulo.com.
Articles by Bella DePaulo, Ph.D:
Documentaries about Successful Women: Ruined by Romance
2 Reasons Why Couples Feel Threatened by Single People
Why People in Romantic Relationships Should Ask What They Would Do If They Were Single: Guest Post by Kate Newburgh
How Obamacare Improved the Lives of Single People
Don’t I Wish I Had the Built-In Companionship of Marriage? New Series on Questions I’ve Been Asked
How Old Are Women When They Have Their First Child?
What Singlism Means to Me and How We Should Fight It: Guest Post by Kevin Markey
If You Are Fortunate Enough to Have Time to Yourself Over the Holidays…
129 Reasons to Be Happy You Are Happily Single
129 Ways to Get a Husband, According to a 1958 Magazine Article
How Single People Unwittingly Confirm Other People’s Stereotypes and False Expectations
How Do Self-Fulfilling Prophecies Happen?
6 Polite Reasons for the Rise of the Engagement Photo Shoot – and 1 Irreverent One
Finding Awe in Solo Hiking: Guest Post by Tricia M. Parker
Part 2: Taking Singles Seriously — in a Fun Way